Available from November 15, Microsoft's Games For Windows Marketplace is their online, on-demand store for downloading PC games. Big-name publishers such as Capcom, Rockstar and 2k Games will be selling their games on there, and all you need is a Windows Live ID, Xbox Live gamertag or Zune tag to grab titles such as GTA: San Andreas for $US3.75. [PR Newswire]
Microsoft's Games For Windows Marketplace Will Sell Cheap
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